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lo·bo

 (lō′bō)
n. pl. lo·bos Chiefly Texas
The gray wolf.

[Spanish, wolf, from Latin lupus; see wl̥kwo- in Indo-European roots.]
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lobo

(ˈləʊbəʊ)
n, pl -bos
(Animals) Western US another name for timber wolf
[Spanish, from Latin lupus wolf]
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lo•bo

(ˈloʊ boʊ)

n., pl. -bos.
the gray or timber wolf of the western U.S.
[1830–40; < Sp < Latin lupus wolf]
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References in classic literature ?
Pedro Lobo's son has received the first orders and tonsure, with the intention of becoming a priest.
His discourses on indifferent subjects will divert as well as instruct, and if either in these, or in the relation of Father Lobo, any argument shall appear unconvincing, or description obscure, they are defects incident to all mankind, which, however, are not too rashly to be imputed to the authors, being sometimes, perhaps, more justly chargeable on the translator.
"I Michael Lobo, Deputy Speaker of Goa Legislative Assembly, hereby tender my resignation as a Deputy Speaker of Goa Legislative Assembly with effect from today July 13," stated Lobo's resignation letter to Goa Assembly Speaker Rajesh Patnekar.
Without warning, and with not the slightest show of courtesy, the 2,900-ton Sierra Leone-registered hopper dredger called MV Emerald suddenly appeared on March 28 off the coast of Barangay Lagadlarin in Lobo, causing alarm among the residents and officials of the fishing village.
The cancellation of the vessel's permit to anchor on the area came after the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) suspended the vessel's mission to dredge Lobo River and estuaries nearby under a contract between the local government of Lobo and Seagate Engineering and Build Systems, a Philippine registered company.
Lobo, Batangas, is a fishing town and is surrounded by rich marine biodiversity.
The Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) later on clarified that the vessel identified as MV Emerald, anchored at the mouth of Lobo, has approved clearance from the Maritime Industry Authority (Marina).
Lobo adds: "We have many mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) systems in this project, including extra-low voltage (ELV), security, audio-visual, and video-conferencing systems."
A convicted accused Saad Aziz, alias Tin Tin, along with his four accomplices has been charged with shooting at and wounding Ms Lobo, the vice principal of the Karachi's Jinnah Medical and Dental College, on Shaheed-i-Millat Road in April 2015.